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in the kevin collins case. san francisco police are investigateing the 1984 disappearance of the 10-year- old boy visited his mother's home tonight. ktvu's rita williams is live in contra costa county and tells us the investigators had photos they showed to family members, rita. >> reporter: that's right julie. about 7:30 tonight, san francisco police left the concord apartment here that belongs to anne collins, kevin collin's mother. as you see in these exclusive pictures three invest investigators from the san francisco police department isn't several hours tonight talking to kevin collin's mother, two of his sisters and a brother. we know police showed them this picture of the lead suspect dan therrien who died in 1978. they also showed them what he looked like in 1974, when witnesses say they saw kevin talking to a man with a big black dog. >> i am convinced that the investigation is going in the right direction. >> reporter: that direction led them last week to dig up the concrete floor of the garage of this house on masonic where therrien lived. two different cadaver dogs alerted at the
. she got away and police are looking for the suspect. >>> in the case of kevin collins who disappeared nearly 30 years ago, san francisco police have finally identified a person of interest and today kpix 5 reporter da lin spoke to kevin's mother and gets her reaction to why it took police so long to name a suspect. >> over the years i have always said. i don't know who to be angry at. i don't know who. >> reporter: she now knows who to be angry at. she believes this man kidnapped and killed her son kevin collins 29 years ago. >> we might not get the answers and we don't have a burial for kevin. >> reporter: ann doesn't recognize the man but saying looking at his mugshot brings back all the pain and emotions of losing 10-year-old kevin who was last seen leaving basketball practice at a san francisco school. >> it's appointing he got away with this all these years. >> reporter: police say the man had a history of kidnapping and sexual assaults against boys. and he lived near where kevin disappeared in 1984. detectives say the main reason
they announced a new strategy. nbc's kevin tibbles starts us off from there tonight. good evening. >> brian, 2013 is barely a month old and already 42 murders in the city of chicago. the latest has galvanized this city into taking action. >> no one gets a pass. >> reporter: today, chicago city officials went on the offensive. taking aim at gun violence by calling for background checks on gun buyers. >> loss of any child, in any community, in this city, is a loss to the entire city. reporter: moving 200 more officers from behind their desks to the streets. >> if i have to put a policeman here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365, we're going to make a point that this territory belongs to the community. >> i'm hadiya, year 2015. >> reporter: the victims have names and families. 15-year-old honor student, hadiya pendelton, has become the latest face of violence in this city. in sixth grade, she took part in an anti gang video. >> your job is to say no to gangs and yes to a great future. >> reporter: despite bylaws that prohibit gunshots within city limits, more than any other city in america, chicago
in the markets panel. we have ryan detrick and kevin get des. we have to give you, kudos, ryan. you were on in december, in mid-december we were on the edge of a big rally. boy were you spot on there if people listened to you they bade a lot of money based on your advice. where are we going now? >> that's right, david. we all know the concerns are out there, overbought, lots of optimism coming in. we look what happened first quarter of last year. we saw the exact same thing. sentiment pulled. spiked up. market would go higher. we think the market goes higher at least into april. seasonalitiwise the february is the worst month in the last 20 years. when you have a strong january usually february is strong. you get into march and april. those are the two strongest month past five years. up 3 1/2 on average. one more stat. short interest. saying in december the reason we could rally. short interest on the s&p 500 components is higher than it was this time last year and it is trending lower. what does that mean to someone listening? that says there is still a lot of room for shorts to cover.
a person of interest with a child abduction cold case. 10-year-old kevin collins disappeared in 1984. investigators are now focused on a former neighbor who died five years ago. this man wayne jackson had a history of abusing children. he was interviewed at the time of collins' disappearance and now is under investigation once again for those very same reasons. >> time, opportunity, location, priors, who he was, what he had done in the past. the same reason he was a person of interest then. >> when he finally was apprehended, he only spent 6 months in jail and then three months probation. they knew enough about this guy. >> marc klaas has been an advocate for missing children since his daughter polly was kidnapped and killed. >> manned cuffs didn't stop a san jose suspect from stealing a police van. officers are still looking for him this morning. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is outside police headquarters with more on his escape. >> good morning. [ pause ] [ no audio ] >> we are having some issues with cate's audio. we'll check in with her in
-oldies appearance of kevin collins. abc7 news has learned the name of a key figure in that case and why people are hoping that will bring an toned this long investigation. ten-year-old kevin collins disappeared almost 29 years
on capitol hill. but this time he's shadowing a congressional leader. kevin space see is here in "the situation room" to explain why. but, first, he had koch's successors remember the former mayor and we have his final interview. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you c
sheriff wally olson and trooper kevin cook from alabama state police. we've been told there will be new information. we know that this line of communication with jimmy lee dykes has been opened overnight. we know that the temperatures overnight have been below freezing for the first time so, that has been the greatest worry for the safety of this boy. but, again, a news conference is scheduled to start in just about five minutes. if you see me look off to my left just about probably 40, 50 feet from me is where this news conference will happen. of course we'll bring you updates as they come in. miguel? >> what have you learned, victor, about how this 5-year-old is holding up right now? >> reporter: well, i can tell you up with of the things that has been reported over the past couple days is that he has been heard crying. and that originated from a comment from the mayor of midland city, virgil skipper. so i spoke with him this morning about if he, indeed, heard the boy crying himself. so i said, have you been to the bunker? she said no, i haven't been past the barrier. did you speak wi
kevin spacey. >> partygoers will consume 150 million avocados on sunday. >>> coming up next, lions, tigers and bears, oh, my, plus a super bowl tradition you don't want to miss. >>> and is former president bill clinton teaming up with sill vest ter that tone? could happen. details coming up. >>> welcome back. now to some other stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in indiana and nnsylvania where snowy conditions proved dangerous for drivers. road closures and multicar pileups plagued commuters while low visibility caused a detroit freeway crash that claimed two lives and injured more than a dozen others. >>> now to philadelphia where a scary tumble was caught on security cameras. the man was seen stumbling before he lost his balance and fell over the edge of a train platform. other travelers rushed to help the man up. fortunately no trains were coming at the time. lucky for him. >>> next to virginia, radford college students woke up to a nasty surprise when they discovered their cars were flooded. school officials say water from a nearby dam was released safer midnight
strategist kevin madden, nina easton of "fortune" magazine, radio talk show host laura ingraham and former democratic senator evan byah. senator, you served in the senate 12 years, have you ever seen a nominee for a top cabinet post at a worse confirmation hearing. >> he didn't bring his a-game, and everybody would concede this, chuck among them but at the end of the day it will not matter. he'll be confirmed because there is a strong presumption the president gets to choose his own cabinet, unless something disqualifies him from a personal standpoint and, the republicans will vote no, because it an easy no vote and, he gets his cabinet and they get to express their reservations, and, unless there is a filibuster, it would raise the bar but i think he'll be confirmed but it will create heartburn for moderate republicans and in the final analysis i think the ultimate take away is the next time secretary of defense hagel comes before congress or has a press conference he needs to bring the a-game to project the sense of command and confidence people expect -- >> at the end of the day it does
-liscious. i would like to thank our team, kevin, rick robbins, moment of all [speaker not understood] for my cto and co-founder. this was a very long, long journey with the city, but we had the help of leaders like phil, mayor lee, jay driving behind the scenes, the efforts for business to work with government. and i think we've accomplished that with this unique partnership moving forward. we're excited now there's cross-department collaboration with the san francisco arts, with the san francisco public art which has now been thanks to sean working late last night, putting the public arts into golden gate park. this is providing access. it's providing efficiency, and it's providing new revenue streams and opportunities for the city of san francisco and other departments. we are really excited to be here and i thank you all again for this opportunity to be able to innovate, to be able to work with the city of san francisco, and have this incredible opportunity to be here at the hatchery launching our application and our company. thank you very much. (applause) >> thank you, yo. so, san franc
, then kevin durant. oklahoma city, up 58-34 at the break. third quarter, durant, 27 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists in the game for him. thunder cruising. fourth quarter. this is how the night went for the memphis grizzlies. off the miss, arthur gets the rebound, passed to no one. westbrook scoops it up. to perkins for the dunk. thunder win big, 106-89. >>> college hoops. number eight arizona visiting washington. under 5:00 to go in the second. wilcox in the corner. huskies up. 48-46. ensuing arizona possession. mark lyons. a tough shot. game tied at 48-48. here we go. just over 3:00 to go, nick johnson to solomon hill. wildcats up, 50-48. then -- hill. drives. knocked down the pullup jumper. wildcats up three. last chance for the huskies. gatti tries the alley-oop. arizona wins it, 57-53. sean miller's first win at washington. that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm hakem dermish, have a great day. >>> well, the next chanter in soccer star david beckham's legendary career has taken him to paris. he arrived amid a crush of cameras. >> he'll play for the team known as psg for the next five mo
. the license plate as 7n79574. if you see him call 911. >> new details and the kevin collins kidnapping case the name of the prime suspect in the disappearance of kevin collins. dan therian was one of the occupy the other residents on the sound avenue where police started investigating on tuesday. he led by then it named khalid. he died in 2008. authorities say is that a person who lived with him his former partner jack child is not a suspect. >> an explosion outside the u.s. embassy in turkey. this is an ankara. a suicide bomber is responsible an initial reports that one person is dead and 2 are wounded. the dow jones industrial average trades above 14,000 for the first time since october 17, 2007. on a plan that rate raises to 7.9% but hiring strong grip san ramon chevron beads earnings expectations. profit of over 40 percent, a 7.2 billion in the last three months of the year. >> 7:14 a.m. and we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes. a live look outside from our mt. tam cam. the weather is warm and nice and sunny this afternoon. are we can forecast for you in just a couple o
say they have new information in the kevin collins cold case and plan to release that information at 2:30 this afternoon. you'll remember collins was last seen leaving his school in the haight-ashbury neighborhood in february of 1984. he was 10 years old at the time. of course we'll be at today's police briefing and have the very latest on nbc bay area news at 5:00. >>> palo alto police this morning still looking for a man who tried to grab an 11-year-old girl. they say the man looks like this, and he attempted to grab that girl on monday as she rode past him on her bike. that girl did tell police she was on emerson street when that man attempted to grab her. the good news is she was able to get away and she got home safely. >> sweeping changes that will affect your mail. today the postmaster general announcing that starting in august the post office plans to stop delivering mail on saturdays. nbc bay area's bob redell is live at the post office in downtown san jose with reaction from today's decision. this is interesting. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. yes
's features on that list as the best. we are joined by kevin highly, a reporter with inside higher ed, which is an online daily publication, right, about what's going on inside higher education. >> yeah. >> in talking about this, we thought it would be perfect to have a reporter on with this organization. kevin, exactly what is going on? what's the big headline here? >> in the past year, five colleges, four at the undergraduate, and tulane's business school, come out and admit that they have been submitting data that's inaccurate to the u.s. news and world report rankings. that follows on last year of three reports that were similar. so what you're really having is a broad questioning of whether or not there's more colleges that could be involved in this kind of thing and how does that affect the legitimacy of the rankings. >> george washington was named. now the new news is other schools have been northbound to be doing -- found to be doing this as well? >> yeah. you had emory university, buck hale, george washington, and tulane business school like i said. >> kevin, how dangerous is this?
is planned form night. >> it's a first in the kevin collins case from 30 years ago. police are naming a person of interest in the disappearance of the 10-year-old. they say that person of interest was wayne jackson. he used at least four other names including dan ferrian. he died in 2008. he had a history of kidnapping and molestation in san francisco and in canada in the years before kevin collins geared in 1984. >> when we heard his background i just got chills. , you know? in a way he got away with murder. he never had to face the court of law with almost anything he did apparently. he faces a higher court. >> investigators developed new leads in the case and that triggered a search of jackson's old house. that search turned up what appeared to be animal bones. now police are turning to the public, trying to find new leads in the case. make sure you stay here with ktvu news for all the continuing coverage of the collins case. we will bring you the latest developments on the air and online. >>> also new this morning an autopsy is planned today for the alabama gunman who held a lit
for a long time. kevin, tell me, first of all how long you've been here and what it means to get a title. >> i've been here almost 30 years. >> 30 years. >> 30 years working for the family. give or take a few more. great people to work for. >> you've seen it getting the football team back and that second championship. what does it mean? >> this is great. baltimore waiting for this. this is our second title. it's a big deal. i'm loving it. i'm on top of the world. >> it's kind of a community feel with this team and with this community. is that accurate? you don't want to say that versus other teams. but it feels more so in baltimore. >> that's true. baltimore takes pride in their team. we have some of the best fans in the nfl. this is a great place and it was played just like baltimore. it wasn't pretty but it's just like baltimore. >> joe flacco is he the number one adopted son in this town? >> most definitely. i've been a joe flacco fan forever. and for all the haters, now they have to eat a little bit of sweet. >> are you going to help pay for his contract? >> i'll send him a burger. >
you. >> if you have knes send them to kevin.cook at the dps.alabama.gov. there will be another press conference tonight at 9:00 permanent. that's all. >> the latest on the situation in alabama. you can see they answered very few questions and giving us a few more details of what is it happen negligent underground bunker with the five year old child. the suspect who is holding that child continues to have constant communication with the law enforcement there and apparently an electric heater and blankets that he is providing for the child on cold nights down in that area. we understand that the child has coloring books and toys and the child is in need of medication which the authorities are giving to the suspect through a tube that they are putting down in the ground and delivering that medication and toys and coloring books to the stipulate where he's keeping that child. we report to you it is it day five of the ongoing drama that grips the country as we await word on how it plays itself out. elizabeth will be monitoring that situation and as more information becomings available we'
million for 26 episodes of "house of cards," luring the likes of two-time oscar winner kevin spacey. >> if they're going to compete, they're going to have to eventually start doing original content. >> we're not nominating ing you secretary of state. >> reporter: spacey plays a devious congressman in the show. the show's entire first season of 13 episodes is being released simultaneously. >> you wonder whether people want a more staggered season, or if they want to consume everything all in one go. we'll find that out for sure. >> reporter: that's because netflix will do the same thing later this year with another show they're bankrolling. >> let's all say hello. >> reporter: brand new episodes of the cult comedy "arrested development." it's an effort to beat online rivals such as amazon and hulu to the punch. >> it's their hope to make them competitive with cable broadcasters and providers like hbo, showtime, and fx. >> reporter: whether "house of cards" provides a firm foundation will be up to consumers. mark barger, nbc news. >>> drivers are doing double takes at gas stations. co
: at the gathering of gop luminaries: top conservative congressmeeric cantor, kevin mccarthy, paul ryan, senate power brokers jim demint, jon kyl, tom coburn, and event organizer frank luntz. >> the room was filled. it was a who's who of ranking members who had at one point been committee chairmen or in the majority, who now wondered, out loud, whether they were in the permanent minority >> the 44th president of these united states, barack obama. >> many of them had attended obama's inauguration. they had seen that breathtaking spectacle of a million and a half people on the mall. and it felt like a wholesale repudiation of the republican party. >> they walked into that dining room as depressed as i've seen any elected members of congress. they lost every senate seat they could lose. they lost all these house seats. the numbers were so great that they thought that they weren't coming back again, not for an election or two, but maybe a generationr two. >> narrator: as the night wore on, the talk turned to the future. >> three hours, some of the brightest minds in the republican party debated how to be
. >> well, look, the leading scientists, jim hanson, for example, kevin trendberg, for example, others have pointed out that this whole rhetorical debate about whether you can have a single cause and a single affect or whether there is a systemic causation, here's the systemic causation, that links climate change to superstorm sandy. the fact is, we're putting 90 million tons of global warming pollution io the earth's atmosphere every day as if it is an open sewer. it traps heat, it obeys the laws of fisks. the amount of extra heap trapped each day is equivalent to the energy released by 400,000 hiroshima atomic bombs every day. that's a lot of energy, even on a big planet. and one of the things that does is it evaporates more water off the oceans which puts more water vapor into the sky, 4% more in the last 30 years, and then when that waterfalls, either as rain or snow, it comes in much larger downpours, which causes larger floods. the winds get stronger. the storm, the storms are more intense, the sea level is up. all those things converged on sandy. but the very fact that there is 4% mo
, kevin mccarthy is here next with movie guide. >> like iron man ', baby. i can't wait. >> all right. today is the day for the big game and for some big blockbusters, movie studios have splurged for some high profile tv spots to preview their latest film. i'm super excited about this. what can you expect to see today? >> clayton might explode during this interview. here to give us a sneak peek kevin mccarthy. good to see you. iron man 3, huh? >> hey, i cannot wait. super bowl ads are upwards of $4 million for 30 second spot which is justified considering last year was the television's history's most watched broadcast in the history of television. 100.4 million average viewers. iron man 3. i have to mention this. i kind of miss the surprise of not knowing what spots are going to air. i have to admit that i do go online and i do watch all the spots. i watch them every time. iron man 3, i cannot wait, robert downie jr. jon favreau is not back to direct. this the first two did over $1 billion. they can obviously afford a super bowl ad. i have to say this is my geek out movie of the year.
group. kevin madden. nina easton of fortune magazine. laura ingram and former democratic senator evan bayh. you have served in the senate for are 12 years. have you ever seen a nominee for a top cabinet post have a worst confirmation hearing? >> well, chuck didn't bring his a game first. i think everybody can see that. probably chuck first and foremost among them. at the end of the day it is not going matter. elbe confirmed as secretary of defense and because there is a strong presumption that the president gets to choose his own cabinet absent disqualifying from a personal standpoint. nothing like that here. many of the republicans will vote no largely because it is an easy no vote. the president gets his cabinet. the key question is does someone like a senator like ted cruz decide to filibuster. it will create heart burn for moderate republicans. the final analysis the ultimate takeaway for this is the next time secretary of defense hagel comes before congress or has a press conference he needs to bring the a game to project the sense of command and confidence. >> chris: should it m
, not pretty. 140-109. the warriors' winning streak over. next up a tougher opponent, kevin durant and oklahoma. but it is the warriors' three- pointers or one of them that makes our play of the day. first half winding down, steph curry with the ball, here we go, and what's he going to do? >> he is going to launch it. >> he is going to launch it! half court and it's good. but that was the lone highlight from curry. he finished with 7 on a three for 12 shooting night but the midcourt 3 is good for the play of the day. >> i always like those half court shots. they are so cool. >>> 6:25 right now. coming up a bay area landmark's shady past. how police say it's tied to a stalker's twisted plot. >> the postal service says it's making some cutbacks. we'll tell you why the agency says it had no choice. >> and a murder mystery up in wine country. three people found dead and the killer is still out there. what police are ruling out this morning coming your way. es day. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even
're meeting in april to make the decision. at the time kevin johnson will also given a presentation. he's trying to line up investors of his own and two years ago he was able to prevent the team to leave for anaheim. he'll try to do that again to keep the team and the tax money in our state. >> you can find more on her segments on cbssf.com slash mornings. >>> time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. charlie rose joins us uh-huh. he's back from new orleans, back up at new york now. good morning charlie. >> good morning frank, and our condolences to all the 49ers fans. you guys have a terrific football team. >> we're feeling it. >> here's what we have on cbs this morning, an inside look on how the super bowl power outage unfolded plus the winning coach, john harbaugh will be with us. we'll talk with him about how he and his family celebrated last night and how his brother is dealing with the defeat. and the super bowl ad, the winners and losers what made some stand out and others bomb. and san jay gupta on how we treat cancer an
. >> i like that. i like the next one. kevin, jessica, kristin, everett, rooting. >> and mary sent us this photograph. man, woman, dog decked out in their 49ers' gear. i would laike to see that. ready to roll out in california. >> check this out. one man, sent a picture of two super bowl tickets. $850. >> respect people that have enough to do that. i will be on my couch. nora from north bay, california, looking fierce wearing a niners shirt. intimidating. looks intense. >> randall, from san francisco, no matter what sent this photo, two tiki poles, one a 49ers hat, one giants hat. >> loves the city. stephanie, four children, all thumbs up for the 49ers. look like they're ready for the game. >> scott sent this, huskey dog wearing a san francisco scarf tied around his neck. >> finally, die hard packers fan, and die hard fan of ours. and a smelly dog cage. and parked it at a mall. in texas. for two days. then put a febreze car vent clip on the dash and let in real people. it smells good. like laundry fresh out of like the dryer. yeah. a man fresh out of the shower. nailed it. oh yeah. pr
leave? damn kids. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free. kevin in d.c. hi kevin. >> caller: good morning, lovely stephanie. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: good morning, everybody. i'm feeling melissa fitzgerald. it made me feel kinship with jim. >> stephanie: she has a stripper pole in her apartment. >> that's an extra benefit. jim and i are the only two males that -- hmm put this delicately -- need the oral attention from two beautiful women at sexy liberal d.c. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: all right. go ahead with your point. >> i wish. >> caller: give me some credit. what you've been talking about with rude is yet again example of republicans -- they have a war on a lot of things but you know logic and data and previous -- previous experience. i don't -- you know, this guy before background checks, before he was against it. again, i've tried mightily. i've tried so hard not to demonize republicans. even up to 15 years ago, there were a lot of republicans i still admire and respect. but this crew now, how can the country survive when a large part of us refuses to accept reality? s
. kevin ortiz is in charge of the long island railroad, the buses, the subway and new york city. are you ready? >> we are absolutely ready. we've already deployed a fleet of snow fighting and desising congresswomen that's designed to keep our outdoor tracks and switches and rails clear of snow and ice. >> so how do you do that? >> well, this is equipment that includes superpower snow blowers, jet powered snow blowers and desising. we deploy to keep switches and dirt rails cleared of snow. and after a while, once we start to see heavy accumulations we would make a determination as to whether or not we need to curtail service. >> how much snow needs to be on the railroad tracks for you to say i have to stop the trains. >> essentially the long island railroad putting it anywhere between 10 to 13 inches. that's the height of the third rail. that's where you get safely running trains through that type of weather. we would make a determination as to whether or not we would have to curtail service on the roads. >> so for commuters, what are you suggesting they do? at what point do you say i'm g
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